This recipe did not tell what temperature to bake it at, so I put it in a 375-degree oven for 1 hour. Came out nice and hot.
I must say I measured carefully and this meal had to be thrown out after the first two bites. It was horribly salty! That was my sad experience. I was disappointed and HUNGRY!
We enjoyed this casserole a lot and it was very easy to make. I used dry minced onion and celery flakes to hide the chopped onion and celery from my DH. After reading the reviews I used beef broth instead of water and 3 tablespoons of worcestershire sauce instead of 2. Perfect timing for this and the flavor was great! Will be making this again and next time I might add some water chestnuts. Thank you so much *~Christine~* for posting this recipe. Made and reviewed for the Photo Forums Make It Easy Challenge.
I made this casserole last night and my family really liked it. Since I read the reviews before I decided to add more worcestershire and soy sauce and that worked very well for flavor. I also browned the meat and onions. I think next time I'll add some veggies and a Maggie bouillon cube.
I made this casserole today. However, your recipe didn't say what temperature to use. I used 375 degrees and it came out hot. Do you brown the meat ,onions and celery first? I didn't think it had very much flavor. Seems to need something else to perk it up.
Hi, I make this but I leave out the celery and Worcestershire sauce, and it still tastes fine. I also add chedder cheese to the top during the last 5 minutes (just long enough to melt). It tastes great!